Fix Your Memory Module
 
Home
News
Products
Shop
Memory
Corporate
Contact
 

News
Industry News
Publications
CST News
Help/Support
Member Area
Tester Brochure
Demo Library
Software
Tester FAQs

biology medicine news product technology definition

Sunday, September 23, 2018
Memory Industry News
Email ArticlePrinter Format PreviousNext

TSMC month-to-month revenue down


Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Shortly following news on TSMC's future plans, the Taiwanese foundry giant announced that its revenues for April were down 21 percent month-on-month, yet 44 percent up year-on-year. As EE Times has reported on several occasions, 2018 looks set to surpass a record 2017, as echoed in TSMC's results so far this year, with the chip colossus posting revenues 13.5 percent higher than those of the first four months of 2017.

With the foundry industry previously forecast to grow 9 to 10 percent in 2018, soon-to-retire TSMC head Morris Chang was earlier in the year projecting stronger growth for TSMC than for its competitors, expecting results for the first half of 2018 to see approximately 15 percent growth from 2017 levels.

By: DocMemory
Copyright 2018 CST, Inc. All Rights Reserved

Email ArticlePrinter Format PreviousNext
Latest Industry News
What if Amazon gets into banking ?9/21/2018
Cadence Design offers IP for AI processor9/21/2018
Amazon launches new tool to enhance visual shopping9/21/2018
DRAM focus moving towards data center9/21/2018
Toshiba Memory brushed aside concerns about falling memory chip prices9/20/2018
Alibaba Group to produce its own AI chip9/20/2018
Sanctions on Iran leads to more cyber hacking9/20/2018
Tariff does not help the chip industry9/20/2018
Macronix seeks funding to build 3D NAND9/19/2018
Trump's $200 billion tariff list includes semiconductor material and components9/19/2018

CST Inc. Memory Tester DDR Tester
Copyright © 1994 - 2018 CST, Inc. All Rights Reserved